Marc Straus


The Apotheosis of the Fish Market Extended

November 27, 2016

Due to the tremendous response, we’re extending the Apotheosis of the Fish Market show to December 11th. Thank you all for the wonderful support and we hope you can enjoy the show one more time before it finally closes!

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Antonio Santin in Sharjah Islamic Arts Festival 2016

November 17, 2016

Antonio Santin In Medias Res, 2016 Oil on Canvas, 137 x 221cm We’re proud to share that Antonio Santin has been included in the 2016, 19th Edition of the Islamic Arts Festival in Sharjah, from December 14, 2016 – January 24, 2017 at the...

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EVENT: A Musical Afternoon with Todd Murphy & Gemtactics

November 16, 2016

Please join us Sunday November 20th, 2016 for an afternoon of music, poetry and art, with musicians Gemtactics and artist Todd Murphy. Danny Crump, Joseph Imhauser and Emily Melander are Gemtactics, a multi-faceted collaborative project that makes music, images and performance based on the...

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Politics and Art

November 4, 2016

The upcoming election on November 8th will impact billions of people – here are some of our favorite artworks that we feel have chronicled momentous political events in history, or have something important to say. Marin Majic picks The Death of Marat Jacques-Louis David,...

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Chris Jones Picks 5 Halloween Must-Sees

October 28, 2016

Chris Jones sure knows his films. We tasked him with coming up with five horror flicks to fill your Halloween with existential dread and some laughs along the way. Enjoy! The Thing – 1982 Surreal horror classic, the body coming apart in so many...

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Unveiling of the Wellesley Windows by Jeffrey Gibson

October 26, 2016

Saturday October 15, 2016 saw the official unveiling of Jeffrey Gibson’s stained windows, commissioned by Wellesley College. The final titles of the windows are (left to right): To Become Day | Mean Solar Day | Evening Civil Twilight

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Now Open: Chris Jones and Todd Murphy

October 23, 2016

We’re pleased to announce the opening of the third solo show for British sculptor Chris Jones, and the inaugural exhibition for American mixed-media artist Todd Murphy. More information on the exhibitions: Chris Jones | Todd Murphy

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Todd Murphy Feature on Forbes

October 21, 2016

Adam Lehrer speaks to Todd Murphy on Forbes about his upcoming inaugural exhibition at Marc Straus Gallery, opening Sunday Oct 23rd. Read about how Todd does not shy away from “beauty” in his work. Article link here.

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Now Open: Apotheosis of the Fish Market

October 14, 2016

We’re pleased to present the Apotheosis of the Fish Market, a popup exhibition featuring more than 14 new site-specific installations by Jong Oh and Jinsu Han. The exhibition takes place on 284 Grand Street, in a century old building that once house a bustling...

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Apotheosis of The Crummy Space, Artforum 1976

October 1, 2016

The title of the October 14, 2016 popup exhibition “The Apotheosis of the Fish Market” featuring Jong On and Jinsu Han was inspired by an article by Nancy Foote in the 1976 issue of Artforum, entitled “Apotheosis of the Crummy Space”. Foote reviews P.S.1‘s...

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Sandro Chia Exhibition of Recent Works at CIAC

September 29, 2016

The Italian Centre for Contemporary Art will open a solo exhibition of Italian artist Sandro Chia on Friday, October 14, 2016. This is the inaugural exhibition dedicated to Chia’s recent works. Curated by Italo Tomassoni, the exhibition brings together about 50 new paintings, mostly...

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Thomas Bangsted in Sixfold Symmetry at Tang Museum

September 28, 2016

Patterns, systems, and networks are all around us, and in this digital age we are increasingly aware of their influence on our lived experience. This exhibition explores some of the ways in which human beings create and manipulate patterns, and why we are intrinsically...

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The Apotheosis of the Fish Market, October 14, 2016

September 26, 2016

MARC STRAUS is proud to present a pop-up exhibition at its annex on 284 Grand Street: a 19th-century building that once housed a bustling fish market. Curated by Director Ken Tan, the exhibition features all new site-specific installations by Korean artists Jong Oh and...

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